Basic webstandards Workshop

Russ Weakley in my opinion covers a bit more than the basics in Basic webstandards Workshop.

Don’t know how I missed this one before, but a link to it surfaced somewhere recently (forgot where, sorry). Go check it out if this sounds interesting:

Notes from a step by step workshop covering standards, XHTML, semantic markup, accessibility, CSS, floats and bugs.

Posted on September 2, 2005 in Accessibility, CSS, Quicklinks, Web Standards

Comments

  1. Excellent article, thank you for posting the link. Got me thinking about XHTML served as XML again… Please would you explain why you decided to revert back to HTML 4 strict (assuming I understood Anne s recent comments correctly)? Thanks.

  2. drx: Web Standards Workshop perhaps? ;-)

  3. September 11, 2005 by Roger Johansson (Author comment)

    Steve: I reverted to HTML 4.01 Strict because XHTML served as application/xhtml+xml was causing some problems with Google AdSense.

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